The WWE Raw live stream and televised shows tonight will feature coverage of not only the Elimination Chamber 2014 pay-per-view, but also the major returns of Hulk Hogan and The Undertaker. With the launch of a new WWE Network online and the Chamber results producing several interesting developments ahead of WrestleMania 30, it's bound to be a huge night. The televised and live stream WWE Raw shows will begin this Monday Feb. 24, and continue on throughout the year, including SmackDown coverage as well.
According to a Feb. 24 CageSide Seats report, tonight’s episode of WWE Raw will arrive live from Green Bay, Wisconsin and features the launch of the new WWE Network. It will also feature the exciting return of former WWE superstar Hulk Hogan to the pro wrestling company. Hogan is scheduled to host WrestleMania 30 in April, and will be a major part of launching the WWE Network online for fans tonight.
If that wasn’t enough, reports of The Undertaker returning to WWE for tonight’s show have also surfaced, with even more recent reports claiming The Nature Boy Ric Flair will be on hand as well. Further expectations for tonight’s show are that Brock Lesnar might show up to be a part of the Undertaker’s return, while other WrestleMania 30 matches could begin to shape up. Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair aren't rumored to appear in any matches as of this report, but could appear at the WrestleMania event.
Setting things up for Raw were the Sunday night results that came about during the WWE's latest pay-per-view show. In the main event match, Randy Orton survived the Elimination Chamber against five other superstars to remain the WWE World Heavyweight Champion. The final two competitors, John Cena and Daniel Bryan, were taken out of the match with the help of The Wyatt Family and Kane’s interference. It’s likely they’ll be looking for revenge tonight. Meanwhile, the 2014 Royal Rumble winner, Batista, will be getting ready to challenge Orton for the title at WrestleMania 30, just one night after "The Animal" defeated competitor Alberto Del Rio.
Tonight's WWE Raw pre-show has a scheduled start time online of 7:30 p.m. EST. Fans will need to sign up for a free trial or subscription to WWE Network online in order to watch the live streaming show. The Monday episode of WWE Raw begins at 8 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on live television. Viewers can see the program on USA via cable or satellite. As of this report, there's no live online presentation of the TV show. However, beginning immediately at the conclusion of Raw, fans can watch a brand new post-Raw show streaming online with the WWE Network. See more details here at the WWE website about how to watch.